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Commentary : Contributing to the SpaceWire international standard (H. HIHARA et al.)−153−Synthesiology - English edition Vol.11 No.3 (2018) and listening to specialists with various backgrounds led to innovation, cost reduction, downsizing, and weight reduction, and as a result, linked to the “precedents of Europe and USA.” That is, there is a need for a platform to be prepared to gather skills and knowledge of the participants who have diverse backgrounds toward a common goal. The issue was to prepare such a platform in Japan.5 SummaryIn this article, we reviewed the process by which the Japanese proposals were reflected in the SpaceWire international standard, and the success factors were considered referring to the conceptual model for continuous evolution of the subject described in Reference [8]. In looking back, we were able to reconrm that the Japanese proprietary technologies were valid internationally, and the Japanese behavior pattern of respecting the preceding technology while conducting “kaizen” was effective in incorporating (the word “rub in” perhaps better describes the situation) the proprietary technology into international standards. As a result, we believe we were able to describe the empirical knowledge for reecting the Japanese proposal in an international standard utilizing the European de jure standard establishment process as a reproducible model. By being aware of this model, we hope the activities for getting the Japanese proposals reected in international standards will be activated.6 AcknowledgementFor the practical realization of SpaceWire, we are grateful to Dr. Takayuki Yuasa (Spire Global, Inc.) who was deeply involved in the development of the SpaceWire network for ASTRO-H at ISAS. 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